Posts Tagged: flexible

Researchers create flexible battery that can run on salt water

When it comes to making batteries for wearables or implantable medical devices, there are a few features that have to be incorporated. The batteries need to be flexible and remain functional while being bent or twisted, and ideally, they'll be absent…
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Flexible temporary tattoo will let your phone know how drunk you are

A team of researchers have created a smart wearable temporary tattoo, capable of sending information to your smartphone about your possible level of inebriation. It could even hail a ride for you if you’re too drunk.

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Chinese startup Moxi Group could release the first flexible smartphone this year

Flexible displays are being developed by a number of big companies, but so far we have yet to see a truly flexible device in stores. That could change later this year, however, with the release of such a device by Moxi Group.

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Weekly rewind: 3D-printed ears, flexible screens, Yahoo and Kanye crumble

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it’s almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories.

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Wove brings back the ’90s slap bracelet with a flexible E-Ink twist

Wove is a wearable device with an always-on, low-power, completely flexible e-ink screen. Applications run and update in the background without requiring user interaction or draining the battery.

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WSU scientists have developed stretchable metal, paving the way for flexible electronics

Researchers at Washington State University may have discovered a way of stretching metal circuitry to twice its size, possibly solving one of the biggest challenges in the growing field of flexible electronics.

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